$400k Grant to Help Williamstown (MA) Fire Department Design New Station

A $400,000 Rural and Small Town Grant will go toward design work on the Williamstown (MA) Fire Department’s new station.

The Williamstown Prudential Committee purchased a Main Street property in 2018 with the intent of constructing a new station on it. The current Water Street facility was built in 1950 and has been deemed too small.

“The Town of Williamstown will create specification and schematic designs for redesign phase of a Fire Station built in 1950,” a press release notes, “to improve and meet standards and guidelines as recommended by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Aire Force Fire Station Design Guide to improve the station’s response time, deployment, and rescue process.

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